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A Well-To-Do Rice Pudding


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April 4, 2018


A Poor Man’s Rice Pudding


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Macaroni And Cheese


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Barley Soup


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Pink Pancakes!


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Candied Lime Peel


A simple and delicious sweet meat from the 18th Century. #townsendspeel Visit Our Website! ▶ http://www.townsends.us/ ▶▶ Help support the channel with Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/townsend ▶▶ Sign up for the YouTube Mailing List! ▶ http://www.townsends.us/youtube_list.htm ▶▶ Twitter ▶ @Jas_Townsend Facebook…

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A perfect recipe just in time for Christmas! This is another German recipe translated by Kayla and Karen at Old Salem Museums and Gardens. #townsendslittleantlers Visit Our Website! ▶ http://www.townsends.us/ ▶▶ Old Salem’s Website ▶ http://www.oldsalem.org/ ▶▶ Help support the…

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March 23, 2018


Yellow Turnips


The translation for these “Yellow Turnips” was made possible by Kayla and Karen at Old Salem Museums and Gardens, who are presently translating two 18th Century German cookbooks. Visit Our Website! ▶ http://www.townsends.us/ ▶▶ Old Salem’s Website ▶ http://www.oldsalem.org/ ▶▶…

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March 22, 2018


Open Fire Roast Beef


There is nothing like cooking over an open fire! Today we are doing a very simple recipe for Roast Beef from “American Cookery” by Amelia Simmons. Visit Our Website! ▶ http://www.townsends.us/ ▶▶ Help support the channel with Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/townsend…

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Apple Puree


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British Army in Concord by Amos Doolittle engraver and Ralph Earl artist 1775

British Army in Concord Amos_Doolittle engraver-ralph earl artist_1775Amos Doolittle (1754 – 1832)   Ralph Earl (1751 – 1801)

Detail: graveyard, tombstone, telescope, walking stick, military, soldier, stone wall, military formation

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  1. Well,the one with the telescope is supposed to be Major Pitcairn, the other is Lt. Col. Smith. But I look at Smith. Looking a little scruffy for an officer, no sash nor gorget. His Regimental Coat shows the lapels are not buttoned back. But as you look at it, the lapels were probable un buttoned so as to bring the coat to a warmer way (taking the left lapel to button to the right side as was done for cold weather. Turnbacks were unbuttoned. He wears a waist belt and what seems to be full gaiters. Interesting no boots, so Pitcairn wore half gaiters. The companies in formation don’t show bearskins because that is the main body, the Light Infantry seems to be already looking about the town and you see a column marching to the North Bridge. Back to Smith’s attire, it was probably chilly on the march, but at one point, it warmed up (or he warmed up) and made himself comfortable. Smith’s head also seems a bit large, but there are documents that state he was a bit on the chubby side.

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